TRANSFORMATION OF HETEROPHASE NON-METALLIC INCLUSIONS “HIGHMELTING PHASE SURROUNDING WITH LOW-MELTING COVER” IN STEELS UNDER LASER ACTION
Melting and crystallization of heterophase non-metallic inclusions “high-melting phase surrounding with low-melting cover” was investigated. It was shown that under laser action the initial structure of inclusion-steel matrix boundaries transits into unstable equilibrium high-energy condition that cause development of the dissipation processes connecting with aspiration of system inclusionmatrix to the state with minimum of free energy. In the result of the system heterophase inclusion-matrix transits to the state of unstable equilibrium which determines structure and properties of laser-quenched interphase boundary. Processes of melting, fusion and dissolution of non-metallic inclusions “high-melting phase surrounding with low-melting cover” and also of the melting of steel matrix play the great role in transformation of interphase inclusion-matrix boundaries under laser action.